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The Warehouse / Driver will be responsible for any and all aspects of the efficient workflow of a warehouse environment, as well as pick-up and delivery duties.
In a professional manner, emphasizing excellent customer service.
Receive freight shipments of stock inventory, and verify accuracy for material received from vendors.
Assist customers with products and services.
Review packing list/order with customers for accuracy. Obtain signatures and customer stamps.
Responsible for the cleanliness and neat appearance of the warehouse.
Load and unload trucks, safely utilizing material handling equipment, when necessary.
Responsible for notifying other Branch personnel when requested material has arrived.
Responsible for daily cycle count, and relaying cycle count and other pertinent information to the Warehouse Supervisor/Lead and the Branch Manager, when necessary.
Deliver supplies to rig and production sites, ensuring the proper material is delivered on time, safely, and according to customer policies.
Other duties, as assigned. JOB REQUIREMENTS:
High School diploma or equivalent preferred.
Must have current, valid Class A Driver’s license and clean driving record at all times.
Able to properly operate forklifts, and follow all safety policies and procedures (training provided).
Must be able to physically lift up to 50 pounds.
Communication skills, both verbal and written, and organizational skills.
Make and be responsible for decisions, following established guidelines, policies, and procedures.
Possess integrity, a strong work ethic, and a dedication to results.
Maintain a good working relationship with all company employees and customers.
Assist the Support Services Department in responding to user questions, problems, and needs while following appropriate procedures. The primary duties are to help support the hardware refresh process, install software on PCs, set up new user PCs, maintain checkout equipment including inventory, and set up conference rooms. Provide customer support to all levels of computer users, assisting them in effectively utilizing Great River Energy’s (GRE’s) computer systems, networks, and PC peripherals.
Provide desktop PC support, including hardware and software installation, use, maintenance, and administration.
Resolve user questions regarding hardware, software, and various applications in order to provide direct and prompt customer service following service ticket procedures. Escalate issues as necessary within IT and coordinate resolution.
Partner with other IT staff to support current project and daily tasks related to support offerings, software and hardware upgrades, and new user set up.
Coordinate small IT projects of limited scope and complexity and participate in larger IT projects to meet established schedules and budgets. This would include imaging and swapping computers during the summer equipment refresh.
Education and Experience:
Knowledge typically acquired through a high school diploma or equivalent is required. Must be enrolled in college in an information systems curriculum. Experience in installing, administering, and maintaining Microsoft Office applications, desktop operating systems, PCs, adapter cards, modems, etc. preferred. Work experience is not required. Must have a valid driver’s license.
Technical Competencies: Must have a general knowledge of computer systems, hardware, and software applications. Must have a general understanding of knowledge of basic computer networking principles and designs. Must have the ability to manage multiple tasks and identify when escalation is necessary to complete assignments. Must be capable of communicating effectively with technical level and non-technical personnel at all levels. Must have analytical, interpretive, interpersonal, and problem-solving skills.
Normal office conditions with visits into plants. Plant conditions may include exposure to noise, vibration, dirt, and dust. Conditions may include long periods of sitting, using a keyboard or mouse, and reading a PC monitor. May be required to do occasional lifting of computer equipment (approx. 40 lbs), work under and around office furniture and plant equipment. Required to wear personal protective equipment as needed. Must be able to read, speak and comprehend the English language. May be expected to travel to support remote sites. Must be able to perform the essential functions of the job.
Coyote Creek Mine is currently looking to fill a custodian position. This position works Monday - Friday 6am to 2pm.
Should have previous custodial experience.
Contract Laborer - Approx 1 year contract.
Responsible for cleaning and maintaining sites for the demolition of equipment, structures and buildings. Familiar with project plans, specifications and safety requirements, ability to work safe and recognize work place hazards. Ability to perform general housekeeping, load and unloads materials, support operators with equipment maintenance and repairs, mix and pour concrete, assists burners and riggers, fire watch, flag, spot and any other demolition site responsibilities assigned by supervisor.
We are currently recruiting for a collections specialist to join the staff at our client.
Top pay and great benefits!!!!
If you have a strong background in customer service, this may be the position for you.
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Provide estimates to homeowners that request an appointment.
Meet with homeowners to measure their yard, understand the homeowner’s desired project ideas and help arrive at a solution, guide the homeowner through the various options that will best solve their need and provide an onsite estimate.
Explain the differences between competitive products.
Promote a favorable image of our client, internally and externally.
Participate in ongoing professional development and training.
Understand the local market and identify growth opportunities.
Complete estimates from plans for commercial projects
Work with engineers to help develop specifications
Safety Managers are responsible for preventing accidents in business and job sites. These professionals make sure that different workplaces meet safety and health requirements and then apply corrective measures if necessary. They create programs such as company policies, investigate in cases of accidents, and implement post-injury follow up procedures for workers. They may work at both public and private sector in different types of organizations.
Serve as the staff specialist in safety by developing and carrying out procedures with the line organization that effectively control accident and health exposures in the company and minimize OSHA citations.
Reviewing accident reports.
Implementing safety procedures.
Ensuring state, local, and federal safety laws are being observed.
Identifying and mitigating unsafe conditions.
Ensuring state, local, and federal safety laws are being observed.
Primary Responsibilities of a Project Manager
Evaluate hazardous conditions and practices and develops hazard control practices and programs. Assists in communicating hazard control information and evaluates effectiveness of the control.
Study, plan and formulate new and revised safety programs and rules; prepare recommendations and implement conformance with those which meet approval.
Guide and assist personnel at locations with critical safety and health problems.
Overview company accident statistics and make recommendations for correction of problem areas.
Plan and direct safety and industrial hygiene services to obtain optimum service.
Work with trade and professional organizations to promote goals and objectives in the health and safety area that affect company's business.
Select and approve purchase of standard manufactured safety devices or design; expedite construction and installation of machine guards and point of operation safety devices or such safety equipment and structures as may be required to guard dangerous areas.
Assess new developments in the health and safety field that may have application to the company's operations.
Establish target areas and long-range accident prevention and cost-control objectives.
Keep apprised of developments in federal and state safety laws likely to affect the company.
Act as ranking company representative in dealing with government agencies on safety and health matters affecting the company.
Visit job sites to conduct safety audits on personnel, equipment and materials
Evaluate, assess and alter safety procedures and policies for the benefit of employees and clients
Research and implement new materials handling processes
Analyze accident reports and evaluate injury case studies based on available facts
Prepare and conduct safety training sessions for employees and vendors
Ensure compliance with all regulatory bodies and standards (including OSHA, EPA, etc.)
Research environmental regulations and policies and institute changes to ensure compliance
Track incident metrics and apply findings
Oversee the applications for and receipt of necessary permits
Lead injury and incident inquiries and evaluations
Site Safety Manager Job Requirements
Able to multitask, prioritize, and manage time efficiently.
Able to manage team of employees and multiple projects.
Excellent verbal and written communication skills.
Accurate and precise attention to detail.
Goal-oriented and organized leadership.
Able to analyze problems and strategize for better solutions.
In-depth understanding of the construction industry.
Self-motivated and self-directed.
Computer Skills: Proficient with Microsoft Office software preferred.
Knowledge and experience in business, supervision, and management.
Knowledge of the functions, operation and mission of the specific project.
Outstanding interpersonal relationship building and employee coaching and development skills.
Management experience in a team-oriented workplace, preferred.
Demonstrated ability to lead and develop a staff member.
Demonstrated ability to serve as a knowledgeable resource to the organization's management team that provides leadership and direction.
General knowledge of various employment laws and practices and employee relations.
Evidence of the ability to practice a high level of confidentiality.
Excellent organizational management skills.
Having good written and verbal communication skills.
Being able to implement new processes.
Having interpersonal skills.
Being able to motivate others.
Having high attention to details.
Being able to suggest methods to prevent injuries.
Having leadership skills.
Having supervisory skills.
Having experience in safety and health work.
Being able to work alone or with a team.
The heavy equipment operator is responsible for demolition, cleaning and maintaining sites for the removal of equipment, structures and buildings. The operator must be familiar with project plans, specifications and safety requirements, able to work safe and recognize work place hazards. Heavy equipment operator responsibilities include operating, cleaning, maintaining and servicing the equipment in accordance with manufacturer requirements.
Primary Responsibilities (may include some or all of the following)
Perform work safely in accordance with company and site safety procedures.
Prepare daily JSA’s.
Operate equipment safely.
Report any unsafe work condition or practice to supervisor.
Responsible for keeping site and grounds clean and neat.
Load and unload scrap and debris into trucks and roll off boxes.
Clear and prepare work areas.
Perform daily equipment checks.
Servicing and maintenance to machinery
Inform and advise the supervisor of needed repairs or maintenance.
Safe and efficient operation of equipment.
Demolition of equipment, buildings and structures, separation of rubble and debris, loading and hauling in proper containers to waste/recycling facilities.
Maintain a steady flow of dump and return boxes for rubble and debris.
Respond to signals and directions by the staff and work in coordination with them.
Perform other duties, as and when assigned